Seun Kuti Unveils Personal Beliefs: Why i don’t believe in God

Nigerian Musician and Afrobeat Scion Expounds on His Atheistic Views in Candid Interview

Renowned Nigerian musician and Afrobeat scion, Seun Kuti, the youngest son of the legendary Fela Kuti, has opened up about his stance on the concept of God, revealing his disbelief in traditional notions during an interview with Hip TV.

In a candid conversation, Seun Kuti was emphatic about his rejection of the conventional understanding of God, challenging the widely held beliefs associated with a divine creator. He expressed skepticism toward the idea that anyone should be credited with the creation of the universe.

Seun Kuti questioned the prevalent concept that posits an overseeing deity, stating, “I don’t believe in God, not in the concept that people believe in, that there is a guy watching over everybody, will judge you when you die.” He went on to elaborate on his disbelief in the idea of a responsible creator, especially considering the prevalent global issues, such as widespread hunger affecting 80% of the human population.

The musician pointedly remarked that despite humanity being purportedly considered God’s most prized possession, the reality of widespread hunger challenges the conventional narrative. Seun Kuti emphasized his rejection of the commonly held concept of God, stating, “I don’t believe in God, in the concept that people believe in him. There is something, but it isn’t like the way we are told.”

This isn’t the first time Seun Kuti has publicly expressed his atheistic views. Years ago, he declared his disbelief in God, Jesus Christ, Mohammed, Ifa, Ogun, and anything supernatural. The musician’s candid remarks shed light on his philosophical stance, sparking contemplation and conversation on the intersection of belief systems and societal challenges.

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